Male Pattern Hair Loss
How To Cure Male Pattern Hair Loss?
Male Pattern Hair Loss, also known as androgenic alopecia, affects around 50 million men in the US alone. The condition arises with a loss of hair over the temples, which makes the hairline look like a letter ‘M’.
With time, the hair loss will also affect the upper part of the head and in some cases even the hair on the rear and sides of the head. This will result in full baldness.
If you wish to cure your male pattern baldness, you can try the following treatment options – as recommended by surgeons in top hair clinics like SHIFT Hair Transplant.
Unless you keep your body hydrated, your hair cells and skin will be unable to stay healthy. It is important to have consume plenty of water: at least eight to nine glasses per day.
During the summer season or on days when you work out more than usual, you should drink an increased amount of water. Caffeinated beverages such as coffee, tea and soft drinks tend to dehydrate the system and can lead to water imbalance. You should ideally limit yourself to unsweetened juices, tea and water.
In a hair transplant, smaller patches of hair are moved from the fuller areas of the scalp to the thinner areas. This process generally takes place over a few sessions. Although this can be a costly method, it can yield effective and permanent results. Male Pattern Hair Loss
In a single session, a surgeon can transplant thousands of hairs. Keep in mind that a hair transplant in Turkey involves an element of risk, including possible side effects such as a risk of infection, bleeding and scarring.
When you massage your scalp lightly with oils of amla, castor, olive, almond or coconut, this can improve the blood flow to the hair follicles. This can boost the health of your scalp and make your hair roots stronger. Although the effectiveness of this method has not been scientifically proven, it has been found to help many men in reversing male pattern baldness.
Try adding more protein to your daily diet. If you are a vegetarian or vegan or you do not consume enough protein for a long time, you can risk terrible consequences for your hair.
Protein deficiency can reduce the healthy growth of hair in as short a time period as three to six months. If you do not consume animal proteins through meat or eggs, try to have enough substitutes in the form of beans and nuts.